The structural funds management in third-Central and Eastern European
AbstractBased on reviewing the literature in the field, the article shows the importance accorded to issues of structural funds absorption. The subject is central to assessing how the administrative capacity to absorb EU candidate countries in terms of structural funds. It will describe the methodology on absorption capacity of the countries of central and eastern Europe. This article provides preliminary expressions of capacity to absorb in a given Member State and bring additional information on the capacity of all states in the programming period 2006-2013. Thus, the work is an ex-ante evaluation of administrative capacity to absorb very useful for the next programming period.
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Date of creation: 10 Jan 2009
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structural funds; member states; cohesion policy; coordination;
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